Skip to comments.Rep. Duncan Hunter: If Trump really wants a ‘beautiful’ wall, here's what he's gotta get right
Posted on 01/10/2017 6:07:37 AM PST by Beautiful_Gracious_Skies
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“Build the wall...Build it tall”...
1000 yards. Make it challenging.
We’d probably be able to raise quite some sums for the families of slain border patrol agents selling tags.
“o trickling their criminals back to them is an awful lot more cost effective than stationing two or more US Army divisions on the border”
Sending their criminals back to them in little, tiny pieces would be even better :-)
>> “Where border infrastructure is not conceivable due to topographic constraints...” <<
Where might that be????
If no wall appears after all that hooting, if any form of Amnesty should appear, I suspect that what will appear will look a lot like a primary challenge.
The US is signatory to treaties that prohibit mine fields.
You have the imagination of a movie director (escape from NY city).
This is the son? I saw him on FNC recently and was impressed.
Yes, Duncan D., son of Duncan L. Hunter elected 2008.
I like him.
Brilliant idea! Hadn’t thought of that...
A national draw, by region...Bag limit?
Personally, a set number of shots. Maybe have a few 200 yard stations for the kids and the punters.
“...in which a physical wall will impede (for instance) animal migrations.”
Or, cattle getting to the river. The gov’t is already in the process of taking private land for a “wall”. And even though a wall isn’t built yet, the ranchers aren’t able to get their cows to the water. Turns hundreds/thousands of acres of grazing land worthless if the cows can’t drink.
So true. Former farm boy myself, and raised a few cattle. Any "wall" has to conform itself to local conditions. The idea of a "one size fits all" solution is simply unfeasible in the real world.
Under no circumstances should water rights to the Rio Grande interfere with the construction of the wall. Texas is as big as France and all the other ranchers not int e Rio Grande valley, meaning almost all of them, can get water to their cows. They ranchers affected will be well compensated an should invest in wells or find another line of work.
Well, the nice thing about treaties is that we can withdraw from them.
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